All American
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All American runs on W Network on TV in Canada. Season One is not available for streaming, but Season Two, the latest as of Nov 2019, is available on Amazon Prime Video with the STACKTV add-on (12.99/month). The show has been renewed for a third season, likely coming in early 2021.


Access Method: Subscription

Rent and/or purchase on iTunes


 

SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: October 10, 2018

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Sport


 


REVIEWS

76

  • 91% 91%

  • 74% 74%
  • 63% 63%
All American

All American runs on W Network on TV in Canada. Season One is not available for streaming, but Season Two, the latest as of Nov 2019, is available on Amazon Prime Video with the STACKTV add-on (12.99/month). The show has been renewed for a third season, likely coming in early 2021.


Access Method: Subscription

 

Rent and/or purchase on iTunes

SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: October 10, 2018

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Sport



REVIEWS

76*

  • 91% 91%
  • 74% 74%
  • 63% 63%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

Inspired by the true life story of NFL Superbowl Champion, Spencer Paysinger, All American is an inspiring, ensemble family drama about a young, high school football phenom, Spencer James and the two families whose homes he shares after transferring from Crenshaw to Beverly High – his mother and brother in South Central LA and the Bakers of Beverly Hills. But as these two families and their vastly different worlds are drawn together, Spencer, the Bakers, and the James family will discover that the differences that divide us on the surface hide a deeper connection – the complicated, imperfect humanity that unites us all.




SUMMARY

Inspired by the true life story of NFL Superbowl Champion, Spencer Paysinger, All American is an inspiring, ensemble family drama about a young, high school football phenom, Spencer James and the two families whose homes he shares after transferring from Crenshaw to Beverly High – his mother and brother in South Central LA and the Bakers of Beverly Hills. But as these two families and their vastly different worlds are drawn together, Spencer, the Bakers, and the James family will discover that the differences that divide us on the surface hide a deeper connection – the complicated, imperfect humanity that unites us all.